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February 2010.  AIPS welcomes San Antonio Driving Safety & Alcohol Awareness as its newest licensees.

May 2009.  AIPS welcomes Area Metropolitan Ambulance Authority of Fort Worth Texas as a Roadrageous licensee specializing in EMT drivers.

May 2009.  AIPS President Jim Hoffheimer presented a class on behavior and driver safety for the Southeast Region of the Army Corp of Engineers for their Safety Pays conference in Jacksonville, FL.

April 2009.  AIPS begins training for the Southeast Region of the Army Corp of Engineers

October 2008.  AIPS President Jim Hoffheimer presented a class on the connection between driver behavior and traffic safety at the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) annual TRAM conference.

June 2008.  AIPS welcomes Southwest Safety Training Inc. of Layfayette, LA as a Roadrageous Licensee. Contact Rick or Glenda Poulan at 337-989-0120 or at sstdrive@hotmail.com.

July 2007.  AIPS welcomes Pola Driving School Inc. of Fall Church, VA as a Roadrageous Licensee. Contact Ligia Pola at 703-597-6532 or at mspolita@yahoo.com.
July 2007.  AIPS President Jim Hoffheimer took part in a series of televised interviews on "texting" while driving.  The reports, televised throughout the country, focused in on the wisdom of using new technology that allows emails to be read to drivers.  Click here to see one of these debates and here to see a related interview.  (Note: the video playing in the background is related to the new technology). (Note 2:  These videos play in Windows Media Player).





State Highway Safety Officials Urge More Attention to 'Speed Demons'
Focus called on the ever growing problem of excessive speeding by drivers.
January, 2004
FHP Crackdown Aims to Park Aggressive Driving
Welcome to the Florida Highway Patrol's new offensive against the kind of driving that has made expressways infamous. It's called Operation RADAR, for Removing Aggressive Drivers and Road Rage.
January, 2004
Miami Herald: Driving Teacher Driven to Get Laughs
The Improv Traffic School was featured on the cover of the metro section in the Miami Herald. The article features funny excuses to receiving traffic tickets and why the Improv Comedy Traffic School is so effective in teaching their students about their traffic blunders.
July 12, 2003
U.S. ARMY Selects AIPS for Safe Driving Campaign 
The U.S. Army has selected the American Institute for Public Safety’s innovative interactive programs to help limit loss of life from automotive crashes involving soldiers and their families while operating Privately Owned Vehicles.
June 24, 2002
Are you a Dangerous Driver? Article posted on CNBC
Bad habits range from road rage to eating while driving. Compare yourself with these accident magnets from Boston. Do you see yourself here?
June 18, 2002
IACP President William Berger Inauguration Speech
Delivered by William Berger, President of the International Association of Chiefs of Police and the Chief of Police in North Miami Beach Florida, at their annual conference held this year in Toronto, Canada. The I.A.C.P. is the largest law enforcement association in the world. Chief Berger has been a senior member of the A.I.P.S. Foundation's advisory board since 1998.
October 10, 2001
Jon Secada Takes the L.E.A.D.
The Florida Department of Transportation and the American Institute for Public Safety Foundation are producing a public service announcement to kick off a statewide campaign to save lives entitled L.E.A.D., Let’s Eliminate Aggressive Driving.
August 23, 2001
North Miami Firm Combats Road Rage
Roadrageous,” a driving safety course, has been created by the American Institute for Public Safety (AIPS) to help address the problem. This North Miami company, a multimillion-dollar, national operation with 40 employees at the headquarters, consists of the same folks who made traffic school fun with their Improv Traffic Schools.
December 12, 1999  
Miami Herald:  RoadRageous Program Soothes the Savage Driver
If you’re so aggressive on the mean streets of Miami that your road rudeness becomes a judicial issue, a dose of behavior modification therapy could be in your future.
November 18, 1999
RoadRageous™ - Aggressive Driver Video Course
In response to public concern over the national epidemic of aggressive driving incidents, American Institute for Public Safety (AIPS) has produced the first full-length video course to deal specifically with aggressive driving and its most extreme manifestation, Road Rage.
January 1, 1999
Effectiveness Study: Florida Dept. of Highway Safety and Motor Vehicles
The Improv Basic Driver Improvement Course was approved by the Department in April 1993. The course uses humor as the delivery methodology for the curriculum, involving highly interactive and innovative classroom techniques.
February 13, 1998

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